Reaction: I Am Jesus Christ Game Trailer (Steam)


Videogames can appeal to so many demographics, hobbies, interests, and even religions. As a Christian myself, I hope to see more games that bring the bible to consoles or PC in a way that hasn’t been done before, and hopefully better than past attempts. A few years ago a trailer for I Am Jesus Christ […]

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Review: SNES/Super Famicom: a visual compendium


Books are wonderful and I am one who loves to collect them for various reasons. If it’s a video game book, I look for ones that contain the industry’s history or artwork that is hard to find. The good people over at Bitmap Books have put together volumes that make my wallet tremble, so this […]

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Retro Gaming Club: The SNES Pixel Book (Review)


Every generation has an opinion on when the golden era of video game consoles happened. It could be when the PlayStation and Xbox were released, or when the PS2 and XBOX 360 came out, maybe when the Wii U hit store shelves, or you can go way back in the day with the NES. For […]

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Book Review: The Psychology of Final Fantasy – Surpassing The Limit Break


On the one hand, it’s a bit simplistic to call myself a Final Fantasy fan. Without context and a proper understanding of the franchise, it would be very easy to take that sentence for granted. If you’re a gamer like myself, however, you may appreciate the Final Fantasy franchise for one aspect or another, even […]

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Retro Gaming Club: Double Dragon II, The King of Fighters ’98 and E.D.F.


It has been quite a while since I did an update on the blog, including this Retro Gaming Club column. I have been very busy this summer with family, home projects, and picking up or organizing our home. There’s always a lot to do when your on vacation, but I’m glad for the downtime. Below […]

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E3 2021: Reveals, Trailers And More


Video game conferences happen every year, all around the world. One of the biggest ones and most infamous for it’s reveals of new games and consoles has always been E3 (Electronic Entertainment Expo). Recently though, it hasn’t made as big a splash as before, but I will be positive and blame the virus pandemic on […]

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A Time To Game And A Time To Move On


Time, as we all know, is a non-renewable resource. It is precious, fragile, and Biblically: our days are numbered. Ecclesiastes somberly reminds us that there is a time for everything. Healing, tearing down, building up, weeping, laughing, mourning, and the list goes on. This begs the question: how long should we spend on either a […]

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Twitch’s Hot Tub Meta And The Lust Of Our Eyes


What happens when you give people a camera and give them the freedom to show themselves wherever they are streaming? Sometimes lines will be crossed for the sake of fame and monetary gain, and that’s what I want to write about today. There are a few issues on Twitch that have been popping up on […]

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Retro Gaming Club: Pop’n TwinBee, Tuff E Nuff, Sengoku 3


Once a month for the Retro Gaming Club, for now, I hope to post a mini review of three retro games I have played so you can see if they are worth trying out or not. The list is very long when you consider all of the retro consoles that existed before the three main […]

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